Dec. 15, 2016
Hormetism is the application of progressive, intermittent stress to overcome challenges and grow stronger physically, mentally and emotionally. As athletes, we intuitively understand the hormetic effect of exercise but did you know that cold, altitude, plant toxins and even straining slightly to read can all be used to help us get stronger?
[00:00:24] Myopia: A Modern Yet Reversible Disease.
[00:00:53] AHS16 - Todd Becker - Living High and Healthy.
[00:02:35] Low-carb and intermittent fasting.
[00:03:58] Going on holiday and forgetting glasses.
[00:04:40] Print pushing.
[00:05:29] Immune system.
[00:07:28] Lactose tolerance.
[00:08:35] Unnecessarily avoiding the sun.
[00:10:05] Finding the perfect amount of stress.
[00:12:15] Learning to fast blog post.
[00:13:00] Heart rate variability or even just resting HR.
[00:14:02] Cold showers.
[00:15:53] Metabolic flexibility.
[00:17:07] Wood smoke.
[00:17:25] Evolutionary mismatches.
[00:17:41] Is charred meat bad for you?
[00:18:29] Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human.
[00:19:02] Phases of detoxification.
[00:19:42] Superoxide dismutase.
[00:21:28] Low-dose dioxins.
[00:21:53] Hormone analogues.
[00:22:40] IgE emergency response.
[00:23:36] Peanut allergies
[00:23:56] Karelia (historical province of Finland).
[00:25:00] Reversing peanut allergies.
[00:25:22] Poison ivy and oak.
[00:26:49] Peanut oil in diaper cream.
[00:27:06] Oral vs topical exposure.
[00:27:23] Epstein–Barr virus infection at certain ages.
[00:28:24] Boulder has the lowest obesity rate in the US.
[00:29:28] PGC1-a via hypoxia.
[00:30:16] Barry Murray on my podcast.
[00:31:36] Altitude masks.
[00:32:02] Train high race low.
[00:32:24] Jeremy Powers on this podcast.
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